Bush Popularity Waning With Older Voters

The New York Times reports that President Bush's popularity with older voters is slipping substantially.

Politicians in both parties consider older voters to be particularly important because they are much more likely to vote than younger people, and because they are heavily concentrated in states that are often presidential battlegrounds, like Florida and Pennsylvania.

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